Friday, 20 November 1931
The House met at Eleven of the Clock, Mr. SPEAKER in the Chair.
Kilmarnock Gas Provisional Order Bill,
Ordered, That Mr. Speaker do not adjourn the House this day under Standing Order No. 3 until he shall have reported the Royal Assent to the Abnormal Importations (Customs Duties)...
That they have agreed to,—
Order for Second Reading read.
Message to attend the Lords Commissioners.
Question again proposed, "That the word 'now' stand part of the Question."
Resolution reported, That it is expedient— (a) to amend the sub-section substituted by the National Health Insurance Act, 1928 (hereinafter referred to as "the Act of 1928"), for...
"to amend Sub-section (3) of Section three of the National Health Insurance Act, 1924, and to make financial pro- vision in connection with such Amendment," presented accordingly, and read the...
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